• June 22, 2024

The Earliest Neanderthal Engravings Were Stored for 57,000 Years in a Cave

Paleolithic people stood before the cave wall, its chalky, smooth rock appealing like a blank canvas, more than 57,000 years ago. Their motives and ideas will always remain unknown. But these imaginative cave-dwellers purposefully created long-lasting lines and dots that would stay concealed beneath the French countryside for tens of thousands of years by running…

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The Earliest Neanderthal Engravings Were Stored for 57,000 Years in a Cave

Paleolithic people stood before the cave wall, its chalky, smooth rock appealing like a blank canvas, more than 57,000 years ago. Their motives and ideas will always remain unknown. But these imaginative cave-dwellers purposefully created long-lasting lines and dots that would stay concealed beneath the French countryside for tens of thousands of years by running…

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